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The world's opportunities and how to use them, A view of the industrial progress of our country, a considretion of its future development, a study of the spheres of women's work, and estimates of the rewards which art and science, invention and discovery, have in store for human endeavor, with an analysis of the conditions of present and prospective prosperity, Preview this item
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The world's opportunities and how to use them, A view of the industrial progress of our country, a considretion of its future development, a study of the spheres of women's work, and estimates of the rewards which art and science, invention and discovery, have in store for human endeavor, with an analysis of the conditions of present and prospective prosperity,

Author: Alfred H Guernsey
Publisher: New York Harper & Bros., 1884.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred H Guernsey
OCLC Number: 8818260
Description: xx. 600 pages including plates frontispiece 26 cm
Responsibility: by Alfred H. Guernsey, PH. D.

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